New Mexico City of Sante Fe Living Wage Ordinance Poster
The City of Sante Fe Living Wage Ordinance is a labor law posters poster by the New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers in santa fe.
This poster, in English, serves as a notice to employees in Santa Fe about the city's minimum wage ordinance.
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PURSUANT TO THE CITY OF SANTA FE LIVING WAGE ORDINANCE, SECTION 28-1 SFCC 1987 EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2019 ALL WORKERS WITHIN THE CITY OF SANTA FE SHALL BE PAID A LIVING WAGE OF $11.80 PER HOUR More Information, including the Living Wage Ordinance, is available at http://www.santafenm.gov (Click on Hot Topics/Living Wage) L iving W ag e City of Santa Fe Ordinance Santa Fe’s Living Wage • The Santa Fe Living Wage Ordinance establishes minimum hourly wages. • The March Living Wage increase corresponds to the increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). • All employers required to have a business license or registration from the City of Santa Fe (“City”) must pay at least the adjusted Living Wage to employees for all hours worked within the Santa Fe city limits. Who is Required to Pay the Living Wage? • The City to all full-time permanent workers employed by the City; • Contractors for the City, that have a contract requiring the performance of a service but excluding purchases of goods; • Businesses receiving assistance relating to economic development in the form of grants, subsidies, loan guarantees or industrial revenue bonds in excess of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for the duration of the City grant or subsidy; • Businesses required to have a business license or registration from the \ City; and • Nonprofit organizations, except for those whose primary source of funds is from Medic- aid waivers. • For workers who customarily receive more than one hundred dollars ($100) per month in tips or commissions, any tips or commissions received and retained by a worker shall be counted as wages and credited towards satisfaction of the Living Wage provided that, for tipped workers, all tips received by such workers are retained by the workers, except that the pooling of tips among workers shall be permitted.
Other New Mexico Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional fifteen optional and mandatory New Mexico labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://www.santafenm.gov/media/files/Office%20of%20Economic%20Development/Living%20Wage%20Posters%202019/LIVING%20WAGE%202019%20poster.pdf , updated August 2019
- New Mexico Labor Law Posters at http://www.nmcourts.gov/newface/hr/labor_law_posters.html
- New Mexico Department Of Workforce Solutions
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